âta

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âta (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of attar
    • 1815?, Captain Dugald Carmichael, F.L., the Rev. Colin Smith (editor), "Biographical Notice of the late Captain Dugald Carmichael", volume 2, page 343; quoted in: William Jackson Hooker (editor), Botanical miscellany [] , 1883, page 39
      [] Europæans are admitted to the Natches, as these fêtes are termed, without scruple; but officers in uniform are received with peculiar distinction, a visit from them being looked upon as a great favour. As soon as they enter, the master of ceremonies ushers them forward to the post of honour, next to Doorga, and after they have sate[sic] down sprinkles them over with âta of roses. []

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âta

  1. feminine singular of âto